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Our Reasons for Home Education:

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Although he was achieving good results, he wasn't reaching his full potential because his love for learning had been destroyed & hence his grades were steadily declining.

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Completely failed by the system, he hated school, was always tired & homework time was a major frustration for both of us. He was severely frustrated & quickly heading to become yet another ADHD statistic.

Friday, March 11, 2011

Big Box, Little Box LapBook

This was Misha's third attempt at lapbooking.

I came across the video, reader & lapbooking ebook from CurrClick & thought it might be of great assistance in recovering his self badly damaged self confidence whilst learning about potential.

He thoroughly enjoyed the video clip & read the reader twice. Finally he cut out the boxes for the popsicle sticks & then he was reading the story as a puppet show. He suddenly realized he could read and with that came a boost to his in self confidence.

Resources Used:

  • Big Box, Little Box: How One Little Box Finds His Way (EBook) ~ $13.99 $4.99
  • Big Box, Little Box: How One Little Box Finds His Way (DVD Video) ~ $8.99 $3.99
  • Big Box, Little Box LapBook Kit ~ $5.00 $1.00

available from CurrClick at the link below

CurrClick

Good... Bad... Smart... Lazy... These are all words that, when spoken, have a negative impact when shaping a child's character. Big Box, Little Box: How One Little Box Finds His Way is the story of how a wise Big Box, representing wisdom, coaches an innocent Little Box. With the gentle counsel of Big Box, Little Box becomes excited to discover that he has unique skills and talents that the world is waiting to receive.

Venture along with Little Box as he discovers his life's purpose on a whirlwind trip through the Potential Delivery Company. This engaging book offers activities that parents and their children can participate in together. The characters' words are color-coded so that parent and child can take turns reading to one another.